Tri Yaan Na Ros Colonial House

156 Wualai Road, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Chiang Mai, is near Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Wat Chiang Man, Museum of World Insects and Natural Wonders, and Kad Suan Kaew Shopping Centre.
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    Chiang to the Mai

    A travel blog entry by erikandaurea on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... more terrifying) than the elephants, but much shorter. After the tiger kingdom, we were brought to Mae Sa waterfall, which was beautiful in its own right, but really no match for the Erawan waterfalls. Three out of the four nights we were here, we went to the Night Baazar, a permanent night market east of the old town that is surrounded by non-permanent stalls on the streets selling all sorts of stuff. Great bargains were found here, after doing a bit of bargaining. The ...

    Tigers and elephants :)

    A travel blog entry by stephaniek922 on Jun 22, 2014

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    ... s crazy that we were allowed to be that close to them, let alone touch them!! Later we washed them in the river. It's was probably one of the best days we've had in chaing mai! :D I would definitely recommend the park we went to. Elephant nature park, chaing mai. The only park that doesn't torture or abuse the elephants! We paid 2,500 baht (£50 each) but we has free transport and lunch ...

    Week 3 in Asia: Thailand Part 2

    A travel blog entry by 2014-rtw-pands on May 11, 2014

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    ... rude!! Oh well his lose, we hadn't paid him yet and we were only a short walk away from the hostel. On the way back Stu had a sneaky hair cut by a very nervous hairdresser (I don't think she was used to cutting tourists hair!). The following morning myself, Stu and Helen headed to the Royal Palace which we were told by locals was shut (yet another common scam-they try to take you to a difference place claiming where you want to go is shut!). We finally made it ...

    Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by dreamteam214 on Apr 29, 2014

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    ... existent. With our energy running low, we headed back to the hostel for a few quiet beers... We woke the next morning to the guesthouse owner informing us that the transport to our cookery course was here! Heads spinning and faces green, we stumbled into a truck and off we went. The cookery course would have been a rather pleasant experience, if it weren't for Ella projectile vomiting over the shower room and Ruth ...

    Thailand - A Day of Airports and Protests

    A travel blog entry by sleadbetter on Feb 06, 2014

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    ... this point I was buzzing and knew I made the right decision getting out of BKK and swerving Malaysia. We found a traditional Thai restaurant and when i mean traditional i mean plastic table and chairs with an unhygienic kitchen - it was amazing though. Because it was the elections there was no alcohol being sold in restaurants until 12am. It was annoying but we didn't mind, there were still places serving you just had to sniff it out. After dinner we carried on ...